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Nov 27, 2014
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Jordanian MP Fawaz Al-Zoabi: ISIS, Jabhat Al-Nusra, and the FSA Are an American-Zionist Conspiracy

#4659 | 01:24
Source: Al-Jadeed TV (Lebanon)

In a recent TV interview, Jordanian MP Fawaz Al-Zoabi said that ISIS, Jabhat Al-Nusra, and the Free Syrian Army were created by America and the Zionists and that the conflicts in the Middle East were all part of a conspiracy to increase tourism revenue in the West. The interview was broadcast on the Lebanese New TV on November 27,2014.


Following are excerpts from an interview with Jordanian MP Fawaz Al-zoabi, which aired on Al-Jadeed/New TV, which aired on November 27, 2014:


Fawaz Al-Zoabi: Global Zionism has infiltrated into some Arab countries. What we are witnessing today – ISIS, Jabhat Al-Nusra, and the FSA – has all been created by America and the Zionists. True, the region is in conflict now, but it is all in the service of U.S. interests. The U.S. wants to sell its weapons, to reduce its unemployment rates, and to deploy its army all over the world.


Interviewer: So it's all a Zionist-Americans conspiracy, the goal of which is to sell weapons.


Fawaz Al-Zoabi: Take Lebanon or Syria, for example. Their revenues from Gulf and Arab tourism exceeded their oil revenues. Since 2011, the Arab-Islamic nation has lost hundreds of billions of dollars in tourism revenues. This all serves the interests of the West. All the Arab tourists are now going to Turkey, Europe, and the U.S.


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